Jordan's the real deal. A year or two ago, I had the pleasure of seeing Pilobolus in Scottsdale. The show was amazing.
Great article! But Wynne wasn't 'shooting up'. That's what heroin addicts do. He was injecting a medication.
Wonderful article on a great person who is making MOCA and Tucson happen!!
25th Arizona International Film Festival
April 14- May 1
Nice change from the gimmicky crap art that overpopulates the Tucson art scene.
Way to go Orion! So proud of you!
Great boost for the Fest. Thanks, Sherilyn. I do not know how "experimental" the award-winning Off-Broadway Comedy Queen Sherry Glaser's one-woman show "Taking the High Road: Comic Confessions From Behind the Cannabis Curtain" debuted to SRO audience in NYC last year so brace yourself!
OMG I fell asleep in the middle of this slow-motion train wreck. Miss McVickar should consult her lawyers about the utter destruction of her fine work in the hands of Missus Robinson and Woods. How many more amateur "artists" and washed-up Portlandia "playwrights" do we really need here?
I'd rather see a production of Willy Wonka in the nude
A great leader, visionary, and a role model for emerging practitioners.
Roberto is nationally respected, and his voice resonates across sectors. His work in Tucson, especially PLACE, is visionary. I can't wait to see what he does next.
Theatre is a place to develope to nurture new actors to bring forth new talent. It's a community effort. To find harmony all around. May they both find peace
All three galleries well worth visiting. Support your local artists and galleries!!!
I am delighted to be coproducing the Tucson Solo Theater Festival with my esteemed colleague Monica Bauer. She presented several of her plays at my midtown Manhattan theater, Stage Left Studio, in the last five years. I am also happy to be sharing the stage with her in our roles as performers. The play I am performing, by Sally Lambert, is about how the lack of health insurance was at least partially responsible for her terrible struggles with cancer. Audience members often come up to me after the show to share their own cancer stories. I, thankfully, have no cancer stories of my own (I have been blessed with excellent health all my life), but am very grateful to be able to share Sally's beautiful and lyrical story.
A non compete is a non compete. Sorry fellows you should have honored your word.
I'm glad Netflix has brought to spotlight the issues of transgender with shows like Orange is the New Black. I love Netflix. A great hack I use to get the best out of my Netflix is use a service called PureVPN that helps me unblock 40 different Netflix versions from my country. Here it is:..youtube.com/watch?v=HxkFgFYKL7A
You might have mentioned that perhaps others felt differently and that there was a standing ovation the night you saw it! It is a huge story but I felt well done for a new theatre company. And Carley's (yes CarlEy) performance is stunning. Obviously you did not like this play but there are plenty of us who did. I am going back for seconds!
This doesn't look like a scene from "Barefoot in the Park" to me. What was the right caption supposed to be? I 'd be really interested to know where this is.
First GLOW = 2004. Current Year = 2015. HOW is this the 15th year of the event as stated in article, which even correctly identified the initial year as 2004???
As a descendant of Toribio Otero, thank you for this presentation and a special thanks to Lydia for her research and hard work. My Mom would be proud.
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